We work with top managers, directors and business owners. Leading from the top is the best way to inspire and guide everyone in the company. That’s where our proven Leadership Development tool allows us to instil robust leadership principles.
Leadership demands skills, competencies and a robust decision-making strategy. Our coaching develops leadership judgement to assure successful outcomes.”
The JRL Leadership Development Programme is designed for directors and managers who need to make decisions and who are expected to manage, motivate and lead a team. Our goal at JRL is always to improve those decision-making processes and leadership strategies to improve commitment and motivation of key staff while raising trust and respect from the team.
The programme comprises four key steps: a questionnaire, a feedback session, an action plan, and follow up coaching. The results help to identify and build on existing strengths while establishing areas for development to maximise performance and team effectiveness, including:
To begin, each participant completes an online questionnaire, which is managed by our associate, APA Consultancy. It should take around 40 minutes to fill in the questionnaire. A 1-2-1 feedback session then talks through a detailed report showing the findings from the completed questionnaire. At the end of the feedback session, an action plan is developed with commitment sought to move forward. Often, follow up coaching is recommended to help consolidate and apply the new skills and commitment.
THE LEADERSHIP FRAMEWORK
The leadership programme framework focuses on key areas of leadership wisdom to assess personal attributes and characteristics.
Achieving and deploying a constructive leadership style is not always easy, and often doesn’t come naturally. That’s where JRL can help. We compare you to a peer group of over 1,000 successful leaders to deliver clear and precise strategies to develop your leadership judgement and communication strategies, ensuring that you inspire your team, command respect and achieve successful outcomes.
Proven management profiling tools are highly effective in streamlining the development process.”
At JRL, we deploy two proven management development profiling tools. The PMC (Personalised Management Coaching) tool measures and assesses a manager’s ability and willingness to develop direct reports from three distinct perspectives: what the manager is, based on credibility, motivation and the desire to empower; what the manager has, based on capacity; and what the manager does, based on skills.
The JRL TMD (Tactical Management Development) Programme measures temperament and predicts behavioural style. It comprises four key steps: a questionnaire, a feedback session, an action plan, and follow up coaching. The programme addresses four areas of management focus:
To begin, each participant completes an online questionnaire, which is managed by our associate, APA Consultancy. It should take around 40 minutes to fill in the questionnaire. It gives a measure of temperament and predicts behavioural style by asking a large number of short, simple questions about various preferences, attitudes and beliefs.
A 1-2-1 feedback session talks through a detailed report showing the findings from the completed questionnaire. At the end of the feedback session, an action plan is developed with commitment sought to move forward. Often, follow up coaching is recommended to help consolidate and apply the new skills and commitment.
Today, business skills and experience are simply not enough to guarantee the success of a manager as a leader.”
There are four elements that are critical to success as a leader. At JRL we use a proven tool called PMC (Personalised Management Coaching) as a mechanism to clearly identify and measure these four pivotal areas, and then determine what characteristics may impede a manager’s ability to achieve top performance.
We work with managers, supporting them through an individual coaching assessment to identify the areas where they want to improve, and setting out clear goals in a Professional Development Plan (PDP). The individual assessment provides a top-down, bottom-up and inside-out baseline assessment of managers, which drives behaviours the improve critical work outcomes such as employee engagement, development and retention. The PDP then targets individual development needs based on outputs from the PMC assessment. This serves as the foundation for ongoing professional coaching support, which is how the journey to excellence is fulfilled.
PMC only targets managers’ behaviours that impact the ability and willingness to develop direct reports.
Why is the PMC System effective?